The mission of the Tyler Rod and Gun Club is to promote the development of all shooting sports to members, youth, and the public. Tyler Rod and Gun Club provides a safe, organized shooting facility while promoting a safe organized environment, fellowship, good sportsmanship, and ethical hunting and fishing practices. The club endorses the safe handling and care of firearms provided by our 2nd Amendment rights as outlined in the Constitution of the United States of America.
Tyler Rod and Gun Club is situated of 67 acres in Tyler County West Virginia. The club was founded in 1954 by Harry Stewart, a lifelong resident of Tyler County who enjoyed all types of hunting and shooting sports. Club facilities include six IDPA pistol bunkers, two lighted ATA compliant trap fields, and a four position rifle bench ranging out to 150 yards. The 30×70 clubhouse features restrooms, a full kitchen, and a soda vending machine.
Members are entitled to use the club’s facilities 365 days a year. A member’s spouse, dependents, and guests are welcome when accompanied by the member. TR&GC is governed by elected club officers and house committee members. Club officers serve from July 1 to June 30 each year.
- Just a reminder that the range is only open for shooting on Sundays between the hours of 1pm and 6pm.